Figure 2 : Microbial metagenomic activity in maternal faeces, placenta, amniotic fluid, colostrum, meconium and infant faeces samples.

From: Human gut colonisation may be initiated in utero by distinct microbial communities in the placenta and amniotic fluid

Figure 2

(A) Relative abundances of KEGG pathways at level 2 encoded in the microbiome present in maternal faeces (M), placenta (PL), amniotic fluid (AF), colostrum (C), meconium (Me) and infant faeces (INF) samples. (B) LDA scores for differentially abundant PICRUSt predicted microbial genes (specified as KEGG Orthology groups), pathways, and classified functional categories (Log LDA > 3.00) in amniotic fluid and meconium samples. (C) LDA scores for differentially abundant PICRUSt predicted microbial genes (specified as KEGG Orthology groups), pathways, and classified functional categories (Log LDA > 3.00) in amniotic fluid and colostrum samples.